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Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 5.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 20.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet, Doublet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 5.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 15.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet, Doublet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 5.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 10.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet, Doublet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 5.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 7.5 mm
  • Achromat Type: Doublet, Triplet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 4.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 8.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Doublet, Triplet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 3.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 12.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet, Doublet
Data Sheet
Biconvex MgF2 coated Mini Achromatic Lenses.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 350 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 3.0 mm
  • Focal Length: 9.0 mm
  • Achromat Type: Doublet, Triplet
Data Sheet
Achromatic Lens
Wuhan Union Optic, Inc
Material Optical Glasses Design Wavelength 480, 546.1, 643.8nm Dimension Tolerance +0/-0.2mm Thickness Tolerance ±0.2mm Surface Quality 60/40 scratch and dig Power(fringe@633nm) 3 Irregularity(fringe@633nm) 0.5 Centration <3 arc minutes Focal Length Tolerance ±2% Clear Aperture >90% Chamfer Protective ...
  • Mounting: Mounted, Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 450 - 650 nm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Focal Length: 50 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet, Doublet
Data Sheet
Achromatic Lenses are used to minimize or eliminate chromatic aberration. The achromatic design also helps minimize spherical aberrations, Which is often designed by cementing two elements together to create smaller spot sizes. They have far superior optical performance to Singlet lenses. They offer better broadband and off-axis ...
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 400 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 25.4 mm
  • Focal Length: 50 mm
  • Achromat Type: Doublet
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Data Sheet
Achromatic Lenses
Crysmit Photonics CO.,Ltd
Achromatic lenses are very common type of viewer lenses, they consist of two or more lens elements, which have been corrected for chromatic aberration with respect to two selected wavelengths, The elements must be fixed in relation to one another by either mounting or cement.Achromatic Lenses are designed to specifically function ...
  • Mounting: Mounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 480 - 643.8 nm
  • Diameter: 12.7 mm
  • Focal Length: 25 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet
Data Sheet
Mounted achromatic triplets by STANDA. Standa mounted achromatic triplet is three-lens system commonly used in fluorescence and spectroscopy research applications. Airspaced computer optimized triplet design is a cost effective and convenient way for correcting all primary aberrations. All our assemblies are mounted in robust ...
  • Mounting: Mounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 400 - 700 nm
  • Diameter: 41 mm
  • Focal Length: 56 mm
  • Achromat Type: Triplet
Data Sheet
14ADP-05-30-BBAR5
Altos Photonics, Inc.
Achromatic doublets by STANDA. Compound lens system forms an image free from chromatic aberration. Cemented achromatic lenses significantly reduce coma and chromatic aberration. Best used to replace single components where performance must be improved.
  • Mounting: Unmounted
  • Optimal Wavelength Range: 700 - 1050 nm
  • Diameter: 12.7 mm
  • Focal Length: 30 mm
  • Achromat Type: Doublet
Data Sheet

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An achromatic lens, or achromat, is a lens that is designed to limit the effects of chromatic and spherical aberration. Achromatic lenses are corrected to bring two wavelengths, typically red and blue, into focus in the same plane. Achromatic lenses are often designed by either cementing two elements together or mounting the elements within a housing. This creates smaller spot sizes than comparable singlet lenses. Achromatic lenses are ideal for a variety of applications, including fluorescence microscopy, image relay, and spectroscopy.